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1st Place

Entry #B-5

ANJA
Doll by Heather Brown
from... Oxford, MI


2nd Place

Entry #B-2

"Penny"
Adorable and cuddly baby
Doll by Tove Edens
from... Ontario, Canada

3rd Place - Tie

Entry #B-4

Katie
Doll by Gemma Edge
from... STAFFS, England

AND

Entry #B-12

Lucy
Doll by Sylvie LECLERCQ
from... FRANCE


"Special Encouragement Award"

Entry #B-11

Lola
Doll by Sylvie LECLERCQ
from... FRANCE

Human Baby Doll
Random Grand Prize
Winner is...

Based on Random Drawing

Sylvie LECLERCQ
from... FRANCE

Entry #B-12
Lucy

 

Entry #B-1

Baby Rosie
Doll by Charlene Solano
from... Hayward,Ca

Rosie is my own design,the cost to make her was $0.00, she is completely made from my husbands old tee shirt, her inside is from a old pillow,her eyes are buttons and her hair and lashes are from a wig left over from a costume...she is very soft and hug able. She is my first doll that I think is well made and safe enough that I would give her to a little one..... When she was finished I asked my husband what I should name her, He said ,who does she look like? She looks like Baby Rosie...I've only seen pictures on facebook of my new
granddaughter I pray to hold her someday..




Christening Announcement for Baby Rosie....Her Christening Gown was found in a box of fabric, that I got for free..... She is named after my youngest granddaughter Rosie......

<--- Rosie first pony ride....gettup..the pony was being thrown out so I had the idea to use it as a prop for my pictures. Here sleeper was made from a old baby blanket.

2nd Place

Entry #B-2

"Penny"
Adorable and cuddly baby
Doll by Tove Edens
from... Ontario, Canada

Penny is a huggable and adorable 16" baby courtesy of Marilyn Jensen of "Springtime Desing"

It's the end of the day and baby Penny is getting ready for her bath with her rubber ducky. After bath Penny is getting sleepy, the thumb slips into her mouth as she is cuddles her blanket. Finally she is tucked into bed wearing her pink sleeper and cuddling her favourite dolly while reaching out for a good night hug.

Penny is a jointed baby doll made of dark beige doe suede, her bottom is weighted with a bag of glass sand tucked deep inside the polyester stuffing. Penny's features are slightly soft sculpted, the eyes are painted and the hair is a piece of fun fur.

Pattern for the pink sleeper came with the doll pattern. Penny's 'dolly' is a 6" creation by Kezi Original and part of her "Dollmaker's Angle" pattern.

 

Entry #B-3

Rosie
Doll by Gemma Edge
from... STAFFS, England

This is little Rosie, I made her from a Carolee Creations pattern and she has been made from craft velour, she has been filled partly with poly pellets so has a nice weight to her. Rosie likes her little blanket that I knit for her and I made her little crochet hat and her little sewn romper. I am new to doll making but I'm really happy with her sweet little face and her cute little dimples in her arms, legs and little bottom.

3rd Place

Entry #B-4

Katie
Doll by Gemma Edge
from... STAFFS, England




This is katie, she is only the 2nd doll I have made with soft sculpture, she is from a Martha Originals "A Little Sonshine" pattern made with craft velour. Katie has a sculpted face and body, and painted eyes and mouth. Katie is dressed in a little denim dress and has her favourite toy.

1st Place

Entry #B-5

ANJA
Doll by Heather Brown
from... Oxford, MI


Anja is made from the Nurture Baby pattern, by Molly Jones. She is 14"long. Her skin is 100% cotton interlock knit, and her waldorf head is made from wool. Her body is stuffed with poly pellets and wool. (She is button-jointed, inside arms and legs. Her hair is crocheted by me with mohair yarn, sewed down, and brushed out into short, fuzzy baby hair. Her features are embroidered with DMC thread.

Anja's Christening Gown was sewn by me from a vintage pattern, with 100% cotton white broadcloth, and trimmed with
white lace, and orchid ribbon and ribbon roses. The bonnet and bloomers are made from the same materials. Her diaper underneath is made from fleece and interlock knit, and attaches with Velcro tabs.

Anja is my first Nurture Baby, a doll I was very excited to create! Three years ago, I longed to adopt little orphan girl in Eastern
Europe, with the lovely name of Anja. She had a heart condition, and sadly, passed away before I was able to get to her. I tried to commemorate her beautiful life in this baby doll, and how I would have dressed her when she came home for her Christening.


Entry #B-6

Lacey Rose
Doll by Carolyn Vega
from... Bronx, NY

Lacey Rose is made from an out of print vintage pattern called "The Little Nurse", It's pattern maker is unknown. I found this pattern for free on the internet.

Lacey Rose measures about 9" tall. Her dress is made with pink eyelet cotton fabric and her pantaloons with white cotton fabric trimmed with lace, and mini satin pink ribbon roses. I added eyelids for eyelashes.

All the elements that went into creating you and me went into creating Lacey Rose.


Entry #B-7

Charlie
Doll by Jacqueline Johnson
from... Fremont, Ohio

I made Charlie from the tiny tots pattern. He has jointed arms and legs. He is hand sculpted from head to toe. He has hand embroidered eyes and hand crocheted wig made out of fun fur. He is just beginning to take his first steps and is still a little wobbly. He has adopted a blankie that my 15 yr old son had as a baby.

Entry #B-8

Sam & Sara
Doll by Julianne Minnear
from... Nokomis, FL

Sam & Sara – made from the Preemie pattern designed by Vicki Riley of Dinky Baby.

The pattern included the diaper pattern and preemie had. The small stuffed animals I have had as I collect minis.

Sara is the sweet little girl with the pink teddy bear, green eyes and wispy blonde hair, while Sam has that devilish twinkle in his eye and blue eyes, a tuff of blonde curls on top of his head. They make me think of my own grandbabies.


Entry #B-9

Amelia Kate
Doll by Kat (Kaye) Hunt
from... Queensland Australia

Amelia Kate is made from a pattern I bought online called Tiffany (designers name unknown).

Amelia Kate is made from calico with a stretch covering, her face is painted using acrylic paints. She is dressed in a) her nappy/diaper, b) her pink/maroon daytime outfit and c) her good dress. Her clothes are all made by me from recycled clothing, toy doll is purchased, her hair is wool, she is lightly sculpted.

She looks wistful/sad because her brother cut her hair shorter before her photo shoot and her Mum is cross with them both, she wants to be picked up and cuddled. She is crawling and just beginning to try to stand up.

Entry #B-10

Helen
Doll by Nadene Kooyenga
from... Beloit, WI

Mark Twain said, "Nothing that grieves us can be called little: by the eternal laws of proportion, a child's loss of a doll and a kings loss of a crown are events of the same size."

Though the point of this quote is not about dolls, it does speak of the degree certain things in our life affect our hearts. I believe our relationship with God and people should be utmost. Whatever else gives us pleasure in life is icing on the cake. For me, one of those things is dolls. 

Many of my childhood dolls were named Helen after my very kind 2nd grade teacher. Helen is made from Judi Ward's " Baby Bows" pattern. She is made of fleece and polyester fiberfill. True to the pattern instructions, Helen became a very plump baby by cutting the pattern with the stretch side to side. Her face is embroidered. Her hair is fun fur yarn. The dress, panties, vintage bonnet and dog were purchased at a thrift store.

"Special Encouragement Award"

Entry #B-11

Lola
Doll by Sylvie LECLERCQ
from... FRANCE

This doll is a waldorf doll. She's made from a kit by Marotte & Cie.
She's in jersey knit and button jointed at arms and hips. She's stuffed with carded wool and her face is embroidered. Her hair is mohair.
I made the clothes using the pattern too.
I've made her toy too, in the waldorf style.

She's one of my first doll. She plays not far from strawberries, waiting for them to be good to eat.

3rd Place

Entry #B-12

Lucy
Doll by Sylvie LECLERCQ
from... FRANCE


Human Baby Doll
Random Grand Prize

Based on Random Drawing

This doll is made using the Alice newborn pattern by Judy Ward. She's in velour and button jointed at arms and hips. She's stuffed with polyester and her face is embroidered. Her fingers are wired. Her hair is craft fur. She wears real baby clothes I have knitted for my daughters. Her diaper is a real reusable one I made also for my daughters.

I made her waldorf toy too.

Lucy is exercising in the garden et resting in a her cute pram.

 

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